Today I have a new-to-me indie to share with you, Glitter Bunny! This post has been a long time in the making, but it was worth it. Nicole first contacted me back in September and we finally connected completely. I have five polishes from a few of her collections. All are currently available in the Glitter Bunny store. Details and links at the end of this post!
First up is my absolute fave, Strawbermelon is an intense red jelly filled with a slight red shimmer and a smattering of tiny black glitters. I love this because it looks as juicy as the name sounds! My swatch is two coats. It dries semi-matte before topcoat. By a strange twist of the universe, I ended up wearing this for three days (say what??) and I had zero chips or tip wear!
Little Pink Dress is unique. The base is a medium pink jelly containing golden orange flakies. It sounds crazy, but the effect is cool. My swatch is two coats. I used two coats of topcoat.
Rainbow Sprinkles is exactly that…a sprinkling of multi-sized rainbow colored glitters in a clear base. I had to fish for glitter, but I love the light load. My swatch is one coat of Rainbow Sprinkles over one coat of Zoya Blu.
Part of that World is from Glitter Bunny’s Little Mermaid Trio. It’s a deep blue jelly base filled with small teal squares and larger purple squares. My swatch is two coats.
And a close second fave is Confetti Cake, a medium blue creme filled with multi-sized and shaped matte glitters in pink, purple and teal. I’m usually not a fan of creme-based glitter polishes, but the base color is perfect and the effect is clean (not messy like I find sometimes) and soft and super pretty. I did have to fish quite a bit for glitter. This is one thin coat and one generous coat.
Glitter Bunny nail polish is 5-free and vegan and available for purchase in the Glitter Bunny store. Her international shipping is very affordable ($4.50 per package anywhere in the world!) Follow her on Facebook and Instagram for promos and new collections.
Disclosure: Products in this post were provided by Glitter Bunny for my consideration. All opinions are my own. For more information, please see my disclosure policy.